C.P.C. O. 41, R. 31: Mere formulation of a point by the first Appellate Court as to “Whether the judgment of the trial court is correct, legal or valid” is a hopeless wrong method

The judgment of Appellate Court shall state the points for determination. Merely asking the question as to whether the judgment of the Court below is correct, legal or valid is hopelessly an inadequate method of meeting the requirement of this legal provision. The judgments of the Appeal Courts below the points for determination being formulated… Read More C.P.C. O. 41, R. 31: Mere formulation of a point by the first Appellate Court as to “Whether the judgment of the trial court is correct, legal or valid” is a hopeless wrong method